LINGUIST List 9.897

Tue Jun 16 1998

FYI: Domino, AUGIAS

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  1. Karen, Domino
  2. Volkmar Engerer, AUGIAS on the web

Message 1: Domino

Date: Mon, 15 Jun 1998 13:48:14 -0400
From: Karen <guavaberrybooksdvol.com>
Subject: Domino

Guavaberry Books presents "Domino" Traditional Children's Songs Proverbs
and Culture from the American Virgin Islands

Guavaberry Books Address:
http://www.angelfire.com/pa/guavaberrybooks/index.html


DOMINO -

60 Traditional Children's Songs, Games, Proverbs, and Culture from the
American Virgin Islands. 45 minute Live Sound Field Recording.
Multi-cultural Resource - Teacher, Parent, Public and School Library, Media
and Technology Specialist

Teach Children to Read -

Integrate Literacy, Music, and Technology into the elementary classroom.
Multi-cultural, Cross Curricular platform designed especially for dialect
speakers, diversity and children at risk.

Contents of the Site Include:

Integrate Domino Into Your Classroom
Black History Month All Year Long
United States Virgin Island Caribbean Curriculum
Music Makes You Smarter Research
Dr. Frances H. Rauscher
Art - Curriculum, Resources and Links
Literacy and Linguistics
What is a Thematic Reading Curriculum
Music Sites Online
Technology and the Law
Artists
Reviews

Key Words for Librarian / Cybrarian

West Indian Culture, American Virgin Islands, Caribbean Folksongs,
Folklore, Ebonics, ESL, Linguistics, Juvenile Literature, Elementary Music
Education, Orff Schulwerk, Kodaly, American History, Afro American Studies,
Black History Month, social studies, popular culture, games, Proverbs


For more information please go to Amazon.com
book http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ISBN=0962556033
cassette http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ISBN=0962556009

"THE ORAL TRADITION AND THE NEW CYBERPLAYGROUND"
1996 Karen Ellis all rights reserved
http://artsedge.kennedy-center.org/vc/techrole/karbio.html


FIRST VIRTUAL ONLINE CONFERENCE at ARTSEDGE the KENNEDY CENTER OF
PREFORMING ARTS website in Washington D.C.
http://artsedge.kennedy-center.org

Topic was TECHNOLOGY AND MUSIC EDUCATION
http://artsedge.kennedy-center.org/vc/vcmain.html

 Integrate Literacy, Music, and Technology into the Classroom

 Guavaberry Books 610*260*0336
 http://www.angelfire.com/pa/guavaberrybooks/index.html


 

 Karen Ellis
 Guavaberry Books
 http://www.angelfire.com/pa/guavaberrybooks/index.html
 Integrate Literacy, Music, and Technology into the Classroom

 
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Message 2: AUGIAS on the web

Date: Sun, 14 Jun 1998 12:23:16 MET
From: Volkmar Engerer <gervehum.aau.dk>
Subject: AUGIAS on the web

The German Institute at Aarhus University, Denmark, 
proudly announces that the Linguistic Special Issue of AUGIAS is now 
on the web. The address is:

http://www.hum.aau.dk/dk/germansk/augias/home.htm

This issue, No. 52, is edited by Volkmar Engerer and contains:

Volkmar Engerer (Aarhus)
Vorwort: Haben die Inlands- und die Auslandsgermanistik 
verschiedene (grammatische) Regeln?
(format of grammatical rules from L1- vs. L2 perpective)

Nathalie Nicolay (Bonn)
"Ich bin hier auf'm Flur, da is' keiner mehr": Zur Verwendung 
raeumlicher Deiktika in Telefongespraechen
(local deixis on the telephone)

Frank Beckmann (Berlin)
Ereignisse, thematische Rollen und die Lizensierung von 
Adverbialen in Mittelkonstruktionen
(formal account of adverbials in Middle Construcitions)

We plan a complete list of the former AUGIAS issues (up to now 53) 
that are available in printed form. For more information and contacts 
to the authors write to Volkmar Engerer, 

gervehum.aau.dk
_____________________________________
Dr. Volkmar Engerer, associate professor
- Lecturer in German/Tysk lektor/Deutscher Lektor -
The Department of German/Institut for germansk filologi
University of Aarhus/Aarhus Universitet
Ndr. Ringgade, bygn. 326
DK-8000 Arhus C
DENMARK

Tel (+45) 8942 2109
Fax (+45) 8619 1699
E-mail gervehum.aau.dk
Homepage http://www.hum.aau.dk/dk/germansk/gerve/home.htm
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